Nokia 2610 Review
Review: Decmeber 2006. Updated March 2007.
The Nokia 2610 is an entry-level phone without a camera. It is intended
for those who want a very easy-to-use phone that has all the basic features
of a phone and no more. It is definitely a very smart-looking phone,
that looks more expensive than it really is. At just 18mm it's nice
and slim, and weighs just 91g. The keypad and 5-way navigation key are
extremely easy to use.
Whilst there are no fun features such as a camera or radio on the 2610,
it has the basics, including an integrated handsfree speaker, a voice
recorder, and supports most types of messaging. However, the big problem
with the 2610 is the poor LCD display. This is very hard to read when
outdoors, even in low to moderate sunlight, making the phone virtually
unusable outside. Nokia seem to have realised this and the 2610 uses
larger than average fonts, but outdoors it just isn't readable. The
Nokia 2310 is a better phone and with the
addition of an FM radio.
Features of the Nokia 2610 include:
- Display: CSTN, 65,536 colours (96 x 68 pixels)
- MP3 ringtones / 24-voice polyphonic ringtones
- Integrated handsfree speaker
- Voice recorder
- Messaging: SMS, MMS, Nokia Xpress audio messaging,
- Games: Coin Flipping
- Personal organiser
- Phonebook (300 entries)
- Dual band
- Size: 104 x 43 x 18 mm
- Weight: 91g
- Talktime: 3 hours
- Battery standby: up to 300 hours
Nokia 2610 User Reviews
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Average rating from 101 reviews:
Reviewed by i graham from uk on 7th Feb 2012
good phone it is ok bought it for a back up phone on t-moble nice
Reviewed by Fred from England on 19th Feb 2008
Useless Phone!!!!Cant use it.Cant see it outside.Whats worse,cant get
any help from shop either.They knew how bad it is but they still sold
it to me.As an older person I cant just buy another.Dont buy.Didnt read
this site before I bought,trusted shop.Worth no stars!!!!
Reviewed by Loran from Belgium on 18th Feb 2008
Horrible phone because can't use it outside.Can't read the screen at
all in bright sunlight. Nokia should replace this phone as it is useless.
Reviewed by John from USA on 29th Jan 2008
In order for a "basic phone" to score more than one star, in my book,
it needs to have "basic features." While I do not have a complete list
of what these features should be, I can list two features that the Nokia
2610 does not have. All phones should have some method of storing a
pause in the dialing sequence. I should be able to store a phone number
in the following way: Number-pause-extension. When I tell my phone to
dial this number, it dials everything up to the pause, and then waits
for me to press a button before it continues. This allows the phone
at the other end to ring, and an automated attendant (AA) to answer
the phone and say "Please dial your party's extension." Then, I press
the button, and the phone continues dialing. I consider this a basic
feature for any phone that stores numbers in a "phonebook." I cannot
find a way to do this with the 2610. There should be a way to get numbers
into the phone other than typing them in. I consider this another basic
feature for any phone with an interanal phonebook. Whether syncing to
a computerized organizer, or transferring the numbers from a previous
phone, there should be a way to "import" numbers to the 2610. I understand
that this is supposed to be an entry-level phone, and that the CA-45
connector is for "authorized maintenence personnel only," or whatever
it says in the manual, but I have another phone that can import/export
its addresses/numbers as text messages. The text message is sent in
VCARD (a cellphone standard) format, so the receiving phone can store
the information in its phone book. Sadly, the 2610 cannot recognize
a VCARD text message, and there is no way to save it as contact information.
If someone from Nokia is reading this, please note that these features
could be added through FIRMWARE changes. It does not take special hardware
to pause in the middle of dialing, or to make your text inbox recognize/store
contact information. Simply reprogram the existing phone hardware, and
it could do these things. It would cost very little to do this. My review
of this phone would gain a few stars with a simple firmware upgrade.
Reviewed by Bill from USA on 16th Jan 2008
Impossible to see, horrible display ruins an otherwise nice lookig phone.
Reviewed by shafeeq from india on 6th Jan 2008
it is looking nice. simply good. i just loved this mobile
Reviewed by Daniel from Uganda on 5th Jan 2008
It's th worst pphone ever made.
Reviewed by Shane from US on 29th Dec 2007
Good, but in some areas I dont get signal at all (I am with AT&T, the
largest cell provider in the US). I dont get MEdia Net, which is the
internet on this phone, but I used to.
Reviewed by Bobert from UK on 28th Dec 2007
Rotten....the buttons are too stiff, soooo slow texting and tedious
to navigate through the functions. Oh, and the worse thing about it,
the games are rubbish...no 'Snake';-( I wouldn't buy one. I got mine
from work so I divert all calls to my Samsung D900 and leave the Nokia
in my drawer.
Reviewed by John from UK on 23rd Dec 2007
I realise it is a cheap phone and subsequently did not have any expectations
that it would be anything but this, but this phone could of been a little
better in its operating system which is slow to respond. Regardless,
bang for buck, great battery and does the job. I bought this £20 PAYG
for a spare.
Reviewed by saroja from Nepal on 17th Dec 2007
I love my phone, it is...... simply the best phone. not a camera, or
mp3 player. As we all know that if we keep everything in just one place
then that is going to be a mess!!! so this phone is not a collection
of everything, and that is why it simply remains a phone.
Reviewed by person xcsd from UK on 9th Dec 2007
Really good phone for the price. If you want something with lots of
features then don't be so cheap with your budget. If you want a phone
thats a phone and doesn't try to mimic a camera (badly) or an internet
connection (badly) or a dvd player (badly)like other more expensive
phones do then buy this instead of wasting your money. As far as all
the comments on the screen go; if your not intelligent enough to change
the contrast settings in the options maybe you shouldn't be allowed
to use electronics in the first place. zzzzzzzzzz
Reviewed by Mark from UK on 3rd Dec 2007
As most other people have said. Terrible phone, can't see outside or
even inside in bright light. Sound quality very poor both ring tone
and voice. Also cuts out on me for no reason. Unfortunately this is
the phone issued by work so no choice. BUT DO NO BUY!
Reviewed by azhar from pakistan- on 26th Nov 2007
nokia is the best mobile of mobile it is very reliable mobile
Reviewed by JIM JAM from uk on 24th Nov 2007
BREIFLY: very basic phone should be £5
Reviewed by jim from uk on 21st Nov 2007
awful phone - impossible to read outside and especially for the older
generation like me.The back light does not stay on long enough either.
I was recommended it at the Orange shop where I bought it.What were
they thinking of.I am going to complain and hope others will too as
it should be recalled. Hate it.
Reviewed by Will from usa on 20th Nov 2007
This phone is impossible to use outside in daylight hours. Cullular
One should acknoledge their mistake to their customers and provide a
replacement without hassel and their deepest apology to their customers.
I can't beleive they offered this product without first testing the
product in the field. Once this contract is up so is our relationship.
Reviewed by tayler. from usa on 18th Nov 2007
America (and the UK) seems to be getting dumber every day, i have had
mine for 6 months and i have had no problems with the phone. I can see
the screen outside just fine all you have to do is adjust the contrast.
Plus texting is much easier and faster than my year old motorloa razr
Reviewed by Norman Webb from UK on 12th Nov 2007
The first impression is that this is a well made solid Nokia offering.
Unfortunately it has a very poor screen. It is not particularly easy
to set up and has very limited functionality. It is undoubtedly the
worst phone I have ever used in the last 20 years. This was offered
as an upgrade - if you get offered this reject it before you get embroiled
in a battle with your provider. Should be rated NO STARS.
Reviewed by Dave Zimmer from USA on 8th Nov 2007
My 2610 isvery hard to read when outdoors, even in low to moderate sunlight,
making the phone virtually unusable outside. Nokia seem to have realised
this but now I am stuck with this phone. Nokia should recall this phone...
Reviewed by Sami Soaper from USA on 6th Nov 2007
Cheap cell phone. Nearly impossible to use outside. Settings not easy
Reviewed by Tim from USA on 3rd Nov 2007
This phone is horrible! I got it for free but had to commit to a two-year
contract with my provider -- what a mistake! 1. I can't see anything
on the screen unless I'm in a dark room. 2. It blacks out (don't know
the correct terminology for this, sorry) after about two seconds (very
annoying!). 3. The audio volume is weak and I can't figure out if it
can be turned up (I can't hear anyone on the other end unless I'm in
a quiet room, and forget hearing anyone outside). 4. The ring volume
is too low -- I have it on maximum and still can't hear it unless it's
right next to me. I'd rather pay money and get something I can actually
use! When my two-year contract is up, I'm changing phones AND providers
for giving me this garbage!
Reviewed by Calum from England on 2nd Nov 2007
Rubbish phone all round, Nokia have lost the market to better brands
like Sony Ericsoon, Blackberry etc. Wont buy another Nokia on the back
of this phone.
Reviewed by Rook from USA on 29th Oct 2007
I work for AT&T and we get these phones for work. I'm outside 95% of
the time and need to find a tree or something just to have a chance
of seeing the screen. Definitely a poor design!
Reviewed by 9101 from USA on 26th Oct 2007
I have to laugh at everyone knocking this phone so low because the screen
can't be seen? DUH! The review said so. Look at the phone in the store
before you buy it. Truth is, the phone is customizable for what you
should need and it works as a phone. Isn't that what you buy a phone
for??? The phone works for what you are buying. If you want glamor,
spent a little more than %70.00 RETAIL! Texting is easy, phone can be
customized easily and you can send and receive calls. The reception
is good too. Good phone if you don't need junk on your phone....
Reviewed by Tom from USA on 5th Oct 2007
I read this review prior to selecting the 2610, thinking "How bad can
the display be?" Well, I shoul dhave listened. It is not *virtually*
impossible to read outdoors, it *is* impossible. Also, it has a stripped-down
Nokia feature set for phone settings. I traded "up" from a Nokia 3120
and am thinking of going back to it, even though it is a three-year-old
phone. Stay far away from this.
Reviewed by doug from uk on 27th Sep 2007
nice phone pity it cannot be used in daylight
Reviewed by albert west from USA on 22nd Sep 2007
The nokia 2610 screen is so dark,That I don't think even Superman could
see it.Terrible phone.
Reviewed by Joseph Cartwright from United States on
18th Sep 2007
This is no doubt, the worst cell phone that I have ever been given.
I am outdoors during most of my work day, and the phone is totally useless.
The designer of this phone should be fired !! I am an engineer myself
so I know a little about what should work under normal conditions. I
think Nokia should replace this phone for free with at least a 2310
Reviewed by Nick from Westminster, California on
10th Sep 2007
Excellent reception indoors; but the screen is horrible when outdoors.
Simple and basic; small keypad for person with average sized fingers.
Functional use. Overall: Average
Reviewed by tony davies from UK on 4th Sep 2007
not happy at all
Reviewed by cargo from Australia on 17th Aug 2007
I received regular comments from people on this phone. 'Is that a new
phone?' was the most common. Yes, it is a stylish phone and it looks
expensive. The main contributor to this is the fact that the screen
looks to be twice its actual size when it is not lit. This gives it
the appearance of some of the more recent 3G phones. But the 'new phone'
comment was prompted, more likely, by the fact that this phone is much
slower to show wear than others tend to. This is its biggest plus in
my book. Other pro points are awarded for programmable short cuts and
a comfortable-to-hold casing with rubber trim. Gripes include a tendency
for the phone to crash in the middle of a phone call. This happened
to me once or twice a month. The keypad buttons are a little on the
small side for me (I have quite slim fingers for a man) and would better
suit a smaller hand. Nevertheless, mis-pressed keys were still fairly
rare events. In addition to the coin flip mentioned in other feature
lists, I also had an extremely addictive tetris-like game with really
annoying music. It also had a budget planner which would have been much
more useful if the phone had a method of synching with a computer. If
you have noticed me speaking in the past tense, then that is because
I drowned the phone in a swimming pool. I would easily have stuck with
it for another year. That would make a full two years of service. This
is an excellent phone for its category. It has good, if basic, functions
and is packed into quite a durable and very stylish shell.
Reviewed by Steve from UK on 13th Aug 2007
Nice looking phone, good size and weight, but the screen is terrible,
it's impossible to see outside in almost any lighting conditions. Bought
it as a temporary replacement for my Samsung D900 today, but may be
taking it back tomorrow for a refund due to the rubbishness of the screen.
Reviewed by Ed Kocik from Englam on 6th Aug 2007
Nice looking phone but you can't use it when it's bright. hopless if
you work outside. I am amazed that Nokia could produce something so
Reviewed by Andy from Estonia on 27th Jul 2007
Should be sent back to Nokia - couldn't believe such a poor performance
in daylight. And the manual doesn't say anything useful.
Reviewed by Bert from Australia on 5th Jul 2007
I've had this phone for the past year and think that its great! Its
small so easily fits into a small purse when clubbing. Its also very
light weight. The back light going off after a few seconds is a bit
annoying and its quite hard to see the screen whilst outside but for
a simple and low cost phone, these minor things are acceptable. The
battery lasts ages, even when it is used lots. I love it!
Reviewed by Darshana from sri lanka on 1st Jul
This is the first phone that comes with Sri Lankan Language (Sinhalis
and Timal). Good Phone but The screen is brutal outdoors
Reviewed by steff from nigeria on 30th Jun 2007
I think its a very lovely phone,simple to use,the battery life lasts
quite long,music quality really good for a small phone,all in all i
think its a great phone,love mine.
Reviewed by Rob G. from USA on 29th Jun 2007
I agree with this review. The plastic over the screen is tinted dark
and mirrored -- impossible to see outside or in the car. Otherwise,
the phone works fine and is exactly what I need and want. But I am going
to have to replace it after only two months due to the terrible, terrible
Reviewed by Brian Mc from U.S.A. on 27th Jun 2007
This pone sucks. I got it from my company because they were out of the
Samsungs. Only good thing it's a free phone for me. Other than that,
it just plain sucks. Display is too weak to see even in a normally lit
room, and impossible to see outside. Maybe it was designed for vampires,
but for normal folks, forget it.
Reviewed by Pablo MC from Costa Rica on 24th Jun
Nokia 2610 It's a cool phone; the battery last longer than others phones;
IT'S THE WAP! (Web-internet designed)But FYI, What you need is Oxygen
Phone Manager II; or, The LogoManager.co.Uk, and then your phone will
do anything, and it will be unique; The Data Cable is the CA-45(FBUS);
but it`s not available everywhere, so you should try in the U.K. Good
luck to evryone.
Reviewed by Stan from USA on 23rd Jun 2007
Buttons too small, screen goes blank almost immediately, impossible
to see screen outdoors
Reviewed by biju from united arab emirates on
23rd Jun 2007
my phone version is v04.50. but no radio..The screen is brutal outdoors.
Reviewed by waqas from pakistan on 22nd Jun 2007
GRR8 PHONE GUYSSSSSSSSSSS!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Reviewed by Aiwa from UK on 18th Jun 2007
Looks average.. .is ok..
Reviewed by Rick from Australia on 11th Jun 2007
A disappointing Nokia. Two main issues for me: * Backlight goes off
almost immediately if you don't press a key. Nokia confirmed to me this
timing cannot be modified at all. *Screen barely visible when outside
Reviewed by Henry from Canada on 8th Jun 2007
The screen is brutal outdoors. I had a 3 year old phone that was ten
times better and easier to use.
Reviewed by Bushra from Lahore, Pakistan on 8th
This mobile has good outlook, i.e. the key pad and the mobile style
is great. It looks good while being in hand. The battery timing is also
Reviewed by saif from pakistan on 8th Jun 2007
it good it have money fitures at loo price i use it and i m happy from
Reviewed by shally from UK on 7th Jun 2007
hi........ It's good one. Nokia is the best brand among all. Nokia 2610
is also good in min price but if u see Nokia N series....as per your
budget and choice.......it's having multy featured and multi tasking.
Reviewed by Jim from Canada on 6th Jun 2007
Great phone with a lousy screen. I love the phone, easy to use, has
all the features I need in a phone, however the screen is horrible.
I have had it for a week, and the screen is all scratched-up already
Reviewed by DAVID PENNINGTON from USA on 6th Jun
I have had a lot of trouble with the volume at it highet the ring tone
is not satisfactory and the voice volume is very week. I have had other
phones in the same room with twice the volume and with no static.
Reviewed by Pooja from India on 5th Jun 2007
I think its a great phone. I mean its simple and serves the purpose
of the basic functionalities of a phone. And those of you who are expecting
extraordinary things from an ordinary phone please get a life !!! If
you want better features then go buy yourself a smartphone and stop
Reviewed by b00tc0de from Philippines on 4th Jun
I like this phone because of its simplicity. It has all the basics of
what a phone should be. If you are looking for a phone that is great-looking
yet simple, look no further. I rate it 5 stars!
Reviewed by ali_zuhaib from pakistan on 2nd Jun
thats realy buetyful phne esay to use & loking samrt i like my nokia
Reviewed by MS from Finland on 30th May 2007
To make using the invisible display even more difficult they added very
short timers to the backlighting. You have to concentrate on keeping
it awake. I would never have expected Nokia to flop so badly on ergonomics.
Reviewed by fahad from england on 28th May 2007
this phone is perfect easy to use and cheap it has gud talk time,,,da
only thing is which i dont like in dis mobile is its hard to see the
screen in day light..
Reviewed by David M from Kenya on 28th May 2007
Not good at all, the screen is unviewable outside in the light. Do something
better next time Nokia or Stop Making cheap phones if that's the case
Reviewed by Rachel from Belgium on 24th May 2007
I find this phone to have many faults, which I had not anticipated given
Nokia's good reputation. Some of the problems are that it's difficult
to use, with an incredibly low ring tone and a display which is impossible
to see in sunlight. I really regret buying this phone and intend on
returning it because even after 2 months, using it is still a chore.
Reviewed by muhammed basheer from india on 23rd
Reviewed by Alam Faizy from Afghanistan on 13th
I chose this phone based on its look. it looks beautiful. It is wonderful
phone but only for indoor use it is useless for outdoor use. You can
not see anything outdoors in the light.
Reviewed by atiq ur rehman raja from pakistan on
11th May 2007
nokia 2610 is a good mobile and i think it should be rated 5 stars thank
you atiq ur rehman raja
Reviewed by jane from england on 7th May 2007
DO NOT CHOOSE the Nokia 2610 if you want a phone that is usable indoors
and out. It is just not fit for purpose and I shall be taking mine back.
The reflective display makes it almost impossible to read when outdoors.
As I can get no signal when indoors, the phone is useless.
Reviewed by ihab from egypt on 25th Apr 2007
this mobile is very bad i don't know how it come from nokia display
not clear ,it is not imaging appear very cheap don't buy
Reviewed by Manas from India on 23rd Apr 2007
Great set for a budget price...Esp liked the mp3 tones...infact this
is much better than high end phones form nokia... In btw, can anyone
tell me how to switch on the in call duration in this set...
Reviewed by Daniel from Ontario on 22nd Apr 2007
I think this phone is easy to use but you cant see the screen outside
in the day but overall its a great phone
Reviewed by B.Smith from Canada on 21st Apr 2007
This phone is useless outside as the screen is too dark and reflects
Reviewed by Emilija from Serbia on 20th Apr 2007
I have bought 2610 20 days ago. In addition, I was more than pleased.
However, suddenly, its display starts blinking, I have blue picture,
upside-down picture, and at the end multicolor spots all over the display.
Buttons are working normally and I can response all calls at the time.
What shall I do?
Reviewed by Nina from New Zealand on 20th Apr
The phone looks great but is a dud ... the centre menu button is a dog
to use when trying to lock and unlock the phone. It's really sensitive
so if you are a centimetre off base you can be clicking for a while
to get it to respond. Love Nokia phones, but don't love this one!
Reviewed by Garry from Australia on 20th Apr 2007
An absolute rubbish phone.Cannot see anything on the screen in daylight.
Reviewed by zac from canada on 19th Apr 2007
I Cant Seem To DO What I Want It Too I Got It For Free So I'm Happy
But I Guess I Just Need To Give It Time.
Reviewed by Tabitha from UK on 17th Apr 2007
Nice looking phone but screen is too dark. Having problems with texting....sometimes
I can get blank spaces and other times all I get are '0's. Anyone else
had this problem??????
Reviewed by Shuja from UK on 12th Apr 2007
Not a bad bargain if we look at its price. I am facing one problem my
cell phone is not showing in call CALL DURATION. If please any one can
guide me how to solve the issue
Reviewed by Kid from UK on 11th Apr 2007
Great Phone. Got it for free so i'm happy. Does what a phone needs to
do. Ideal 1st phone
Reviewed by Marlene from Maldon on 7th Apr 2007
Wonderful phone, I really like it. Easy to use for busy people like
myself with no fancy complicated features.
Reviewed by Eugeny from Turkiye on 29th Mar 2007
That phone is a great buy... Firstly I bought 2310 because it was cheaper
and FM radio but its screen's size and menu was disappointing so I changed
it to 2610.. It really looks more expensive than it is..No many specs
but price is very affordable.. I would definitely recommend that phone
for the ones who need easy-to-use, smart-looking and cheap phone...
Besides, its made by NOKIA...
Reviewed by Rays from UK on 26th Mar 2007
Great phone, great price. It has many features and is very simple to
use. The sounds qiality is great for a phone of this price and has a
good battery life. SMS can take a tad longer but its not a problem.
I would definatly reccomend this phone.
Reviewed by el kh from iran on 26th Mar 2007
i use 2610 for 2 months.it is friendly mobile phone .i love it.
Reviewed by JAV from UK on 24th Mar 2007
not bad for 20 quid.......does the job, and its great wen u dont have
to look after it because its cheap and cheerful. its a well built phone
Reviewed by Lynnis Jones from UK on 16th Mar 2007
Nokia 2610 is a badly designed phone with a darkened reflective screen
that makes it difficult to see message status and nigh on impossible
to text in daylight. The arrangement of top buttons make it difficult
to command with any accuracy and the select button is unresponsive (this
may be a fault with my particular handset, but I know of 4 other people
experiencing the same problem).
Reviewed by chand from pakistan on 11th Mar 2007
i think it is not good for sms.but overall it is nice cell at this price
Reviewed by wajid ali ghumro from pakistan on
3rd Mar 2007
iam wajid ali ghumro from district khairpur sindh pakistan this mobile
set is very nice in using
Reviewed by ayman from egypt on 21st Feb 2007
It's avery rubbish mobile.i think it is for animals not for humans.
Reviewed by Zishy from pakistan on 19th Feb 2007
i use the 2610 cell phone its a beutiful and decent cell
Reviewed by Bill from Canada on 17th Feb 2007
I've been playing with one for a couple of days. It was a free GSM upgrade.
I don't know if it's the configuration from my cell company or the 'phone
itself buts its really got an awkward interface and lousy documentation.
I had to set up the message centre info.(internet search found what
I needed) but the 'phone won't remember it. I'm still working on that
one. As well screen is really hard to read in daylight. But for the
price(free)I got more than my money's worth.
Reviewed by Rony from Philippines on 31st Jan
i got to test this phone from a cellphone shop today and personally
found it to be very ugly. it may look pretty at first but once i got
to hold it in my hand it felt very cheap. keypad is very difficult to
press and menu is very simple. i was intending to buy a nokia 2310 and
was surprised to find out that i could get this phone instead by just
adding a few more bucks (an equivalent of only about USD3.00) so i figured
it would be a better buy as this one has GPRS. in the end i opted for
the nokia 2310 still. i wonder if the nokia 1600 is even a better buy.
Reviewed by Imran from Pakistan on 29th Jan 2007
Very nice phone, thanks to nokia providing MP3 in a low price phone
Reviewed by AstonZ from Lithuania on 29th Jan
this phone is great, it has mp3 , it's easy to use, it's simple , that's
Reviewed by JanBo from Serbia on 28th Jan 2007
yea, not bad phone, but when i want to send an mms, the phone crashes
and then again turn on... i dont what is the f...... problem!
Reviewed by Muslim Burdi Baloch from pakistan on
27th Jan 2007
this mobile is very nice it looks like a very expensive mobile, and
it has good standard, even childrens younger and elders can use it
Reviewed by Marc from Australia on 19th Jan 2007
With this phone I can receive MMS m,essages but when i go to send one
of my own it actually crashes the phone, good stuff...
Reviewed by Waqqas Pervez from UAE on 17th Jan
I just bought this phone and have discovered that it has a problem with
its display. I can't get the screensaver to start ... the screen just
Reviewed by Rig from india on 13th Jan 2007
Reviewed by Paras Jethwa from Australia on 13th
Simple well constructed phone that looks more expensive than the $87
I paid for it. Easy to use, though the menu is less easy to navigate
than my 6310. Don't expect miracles and you won't be disappointed. Please
remember text talk is for phones - not forums!
Reviewed by moazzam from Pakistan on 11th Jan
good mob but screen is not visible in sunlight. voice recording is only
1 min its tooshort idont know why nokia does not give more recording.
key pad good, size and weight good, design good. memory good.
Reviewed by Bill from Australia on 9th Jan 2007
Was given this phone and am surprised with the long standby time. I
tested it and was able to get around 2 weeks with about 15 mins of calls
per day. My criteria in a phone is long standby time and loud and clear
calls and this phone fits perfectly. If this is available in a clamshell
it would be the perfect phone for me.
Reviewed by some1 from somewere on 3rd Jan 2007
i think this phone is a good starter, cuz it dosent have alot of features,
so if you just want a cell to talk to people, this is good.
Reviewed by Julie from UK on 28th Dec 2006
It does not show caller ID when phone is ringing!
Reviewed by Friend from Pakistan,Karachi on 28th
Hmmmm,Well i can only say about this fone that its has a good sound
quality + we can record our voice and we can set as a ringtones.If u
want a colour display fone without a camera with a MP3 format tones
i think this phone is the best so plz buy .......
Reviewed by Rajeev Vardhi from India on 26th Dec
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Its a good starter. It has got a promising battery backup. It has an
OK display for a small mobile. Its additional feature is polyphonic-voice
ring tones. Good phone to start with.